Wellness Hotel and Fitness Center Wokshop programme in Shanghai

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WORKSHOP Gymnasium

A personalised wellness programme individually designed for each guest, the WORKSHOP GYMNASIUM method has sculpted some of the most beautiful bodies in the world. Each program begins with the exclusive Framework assessment, an innovative screening that creates a bespoke plan for every client that includes fitness, nutrition and more. With WORKSHOP, expert instructors, world-class equipment and the latest science come together in a results-driven approach that redefines the very concept of wellbeing.

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The gym is open 24 hours a day for hotel guests and members. Personal trainer service is provided from 7am to 10pm daily.


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